The Better Digger is a spade style shovel with two smaller pointed tips instead of one for improved digging.
Inventor Richard W. Marron, a maintenance worker from Idaho Falls, ID has created a spade style shovel with two smaller pointed tips instead of one for improved digging.
While the standard spade design shovel has been around for generations, it is not without its faults. Perhaps the biggest issue is the difficulty many people have when trying to dig into hard material such as clay or packed dirt. It is simply too difficult to push the one large point into the ground. In turn, Inventor Marron created the Better Digger. His innovation has two pointed tips for twice the digging ease!
This clever new invention is quicker and easier than conventional shovels. Its two pointed tips allow for the shovel to be more easily inserted into various materials. The tool is great for digging in clay, hardened dirt, and more. It also helps prevent repetitive stress injuries. It is ideal for landscaping, maintenance, and construction projects. The Better Digger provides for the same amount of physical work, with less physical exertion! For manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities, act now!